With the win, the Dons (12-4, 8-1) held on to a share of first place in the Sunset Six League. They are tied with Poly of Sun Valley (10-9, 8-1) for the No. 1 title.
On April 21, Verdugo Hills exploded at the plate, defeating the Santee Falcons 29-0 in the Roosevelt Tournament. Paul Lindeman, Miller and Wilson homered in the victory, with Miguel Sanchez and Tyler Shannon each collecting three hits.
Stark and Jimmy Garcia pitched in the victory, each allowing only one hit.
On defense, Wilson had seven put-outs, while Jeff Obar contributed an additional five.
Last week, the Dons defeated the Grant Lancers 5-4 with a team effort, playing solid, fundamental baseball.
Surratt pounded a lead-off home run to stake the Dons to a 1-0 lead in the first inning.
Hutter pitched Verdugo Hills to a 3-3 tie through four innings. Sophomore catcher Ian Wilson and Miguel Sanchez each stroked two hits in the win, with Sanchez pitching the final three innings for the win.
Errorless play by Verdugo Hills contributed to the victory.
Nash Hutter currently leads the Sunset Six with a .523 batting average, followed by Verdugo Hills' Jimmy Garcia and Bryson Surratt.
Stephen Hansen is the current ERA leader at .808.
The Dons travel to North Hollywood tomorrow to play at 3 p.m.
The Verdugo Hills' junior varsity team is showing their true talent this season as they remain undefeated in league play.
The Dons (10-0) beat Grant High School 4-2 last Thursday. Nick Woodward (3-0) had a no-hitter through six innings of play with 10 strikeouts.
The Dons played flawless defense including some great plays from Matt McCallister to hold the Lancers until they managed to put some hits together in the seventh inning to score two runs.
Cody Campbell went four-four-four with three singles and Justin Porchas went 2-3 with a walk and three steals in the game. The Dons face North Hollywood High on Monday.